NET - English:Paper 3 - JANUARY- 2017
CBSE NET ENGLISH PAPER-3
JANUARY-2017 (Prepared by Namrata Gohil)
Email address
Your Name:
First Name-Middle Name-Last Name
Your answer
Contact No:
WhatsApp Number Only
Your answer
1) Who among the following is not a diasporic writer?
2 points
2)"A text is not a line of words releasing a single 'theological' meaning (the 'message' of the Author-God) but a multidimensional space in which a variety of writings, none of them original, blend and clash.The text is a tissue of quotations drawn from the innumerable centres of culture. "
2 points
3) In William Congreve's The Way of the World Fairall is Lady Wishfort's:
2 points
4)Match the periodical with the founder/s
1) Wyndham Lewis and Ezra Pound
2) Harriet Monroe
3) Harriet Weaver and Dora Marsden
4) Ford Madox Ford
A) The Egoist
B) The English Review
C) Blast
D) Poetry:A Magazine of Verse
5) Which statement best expresses the theme of Coleridge's "The Rime of Ancient Mariner"?
2 points
6)"The Comprehensible output Hypothesis" was proposed by:
2 points
7)In Tristram Shandy Corporal Trim's brother Tom describes the oppression of a black servant in a sausage shop in Lisbon that he visited. This episode is inspired by a letter Laurence Sterne received from a black man. Sterne's reply became an integral part of 18th century abolitionist literature. Name the person who wrote the aforementioned letter to Sterne.
2 points
8) In Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage and Her Children, which song does Yvette sing to Mother Courage and Kattrin?
2 points
9) In Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary, under what pretext does Emma go every week for her clandestine meeting with Leon in Rouen?
2 points
10) Identify the two books by C.S.Lakshmi (Ambai) published in English translation: [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
11)Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese is:[Select the right combination (Any Two)according to the code is:]
2 points
12) In The Story of My Experiments with Truth, M.K.Gandhi covers the narrative of his life from early childhood through to:
2 points
13) In a writing system the minimal unit that can cause a different of meaning is called:
2 points
14) Nnu Ego is a character in:
2 points
15) Match the word with definition:
1) Changing from one language variety to another in discourse
2) Rules governing the social use of language
3) Etymological source of a word
4) Words with a common ancestor
A) Etymon
B)Code Switching
C) Cognate
D) Pragmatics
16) What would help a reader recognize Keats' s "To Autumn" as a poem from the Romantic period?
2 points
17) Which of the following is an accurate description of 'heteroglossia'?
2 points
18) In Ulysses Leopold Bloom works for a Dublin:
2 points
19) Which pair of plays belongs to the early career of Harold Pinter?[Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
20) Who among the following contemporaries of John Donne wrote the following lines on his death:"Here lies a king, that ruled as he thought fit/The universal monarch of wit"?
2 points
21) In his poem "Australia" A.D.Hope says that:(select any two option related to the poem)
2 points
22) Basic English, a simplified and fundamental framework of English, was formulated by:[Select the right combination (any two) according to the code is:]
2 points
23)"Britons will never be slaves!"- felt proud Britons in the 18th century. A great many Britons, though, had no qualms about owning slaves and profiting from them. Who among the following British authors self-consciously engaged with the issue of slavery in some poems? [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
24) Match the Novelist with the work:
1) Rich Like Us
2) The Nowhere Man
3)In Custody
4) The Last Labyrinth
A) Anita Desai
B) Nayantara Sahgal
C) Arun Joshi
D) Kamala Markandaya
25) Identify the right chronological sequence:
2 points
26) In Which of the following senses did Marx and Engels originally use the term "ideology" in the German Ideology?
2 points
27) The plot of this Coetzee novel unravels the narrative of a poor man of colour trying to survive in a civil-war situation, never taking sides. Identify the novel.
2 points
28) Which of the following lines of T.S.Eliot is used by Anita Desai as the epigraph for her novel, Baumgartner's Bombay?
2 points
29) In the General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales which two characters are examples of deep Christian goodness? [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
30) Identify Falstaff's first words in Henry-IV, Part I:
2 points
31) Annq Barbauld, Laetitia Elizabeth London, Charlotte Smith, Mary Robinson and Felicia Hemans are:
2 points
32)Ray Bradbury has titles one of his short story collections- Golden Apples of the Sun - after the last line of a W.B.Yeats poem. Which poem?
2 points
33)Which play by Tom Stoppard set in Zurich during the First World War presents a character's interactions with James Joyce as he was writing Ulysses, Tristran Zara during the rise of Dadaism, and Lenin leading up to the Russian Revolution, all of whom were living in Zurich at that time?
2 points
34)"Most blameless is he, centered in the sphere Of common duties, decent not to fail In office of tenderness....." In these lines from "Ulysses", what does Ulysses suggest about Telemachus?
2 points
35) In Restoration comedies the following is true EXCEPT:
2 points
36)What happens to the character Boy at the end of Luigi Pirandello's play Six Characters in Search of an Author?
2 points
37) Which of the following adjectives will not apply to Becky Sharp, a major character in Vanity Fair?
2 points
38) Which character in Anton Chekhov's play, The Cherry Orchard, first suggests the selling of the orchard?
2 points
39) Identify the correct chronological sequence of the founding of the following 18th century English periodicals:
2 points
40) Who identified "strangled articulateness" as a theme in Canadian writing?
2 points
41) Identify the gynocritics in the following list: [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
42) Identify the character who is not part of the group of three protagonists in Girish Karnad's Hayavadana:
2 points
43) Aurobindo Ghosh, author of 'Savitri', taught for some time at Baroda College after his return from England in 1893.Which subject did he teach?
2 points
44) Christopher Marlowe's Hero and Leander can be classified as a/an:
2 points
45) Which among the following does not belong to Indo-European Language family?
2 points
46) What, among the following, is ruled out by Longinus as a way of achieving the sublime?
2 points
47) Who among the following is not a beat writer?
2 points
48)This was a masque written by Ben Jonson, staged on Twelfth Night and it was the first masque in which Prince Charles took part.
2 points
49) Elizabeth Bishop' s poems are best remembered for their-
2 points
50) Which chilling novel of surveillance and entrapment had the alternative title Things as They Are?
2 points
51) In "My Last Duchess" which of the following is not one of the Duchess' s misdemeanours, according to the Duke?
2 points
52) In his essay "From Work to Text" Roland Barthes says the following about the text: [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
53) Seamus Heaney's "Digging" in his first volume of poetry, Death of a Naturalist, illustrates all the following EXCEPT:
2 points
54) Here is a list of Indian writers who have translated their work into English. Match the writer with his source language:
1) Kannada
2) Malayalam
3) Marathi
4) Hindi
A) O.V.Vijayan
B) Vilas Sarang
C) Krishna Baldev Vaid
4) Girish Karnad
55) In Book 8, Paradise Lost Adam identifies his chief flaw or weakness to Raphael.What is this flaw?
2 points
56) Identify the correct chronological sequence of the following early English texts:
2 points
57) In Sophocles' s play King Oedipus Laius, the erstwhile ruler of Thebes, was murdered:
2 points
58)The quintessentially metafictional novel, If on a Winter's Night a Traveller by Italo Calvino has alternate chapters with chapter numbers and titles. Which of the following are the titles of the chapters in the novel?
2 points
59)The novel Maurice by E.M.Forster appeared posthumously in 1971. It had a homosexual theme, so Forster considered its subject matter too indelicate for publication during his life time. It was influenced by a writer who was a socialist and open homosexual. Identified the writer.
2 points
60) Who among the following has elaborated on the "Indianisation" of English?
2 points
61)These are four models of relating literature to history, Which of the following is associated with formalism?
2 points
62) As Gunter Grass' s novel The Tin Drum opens we find Oskar Matzerath
2 points
63) D.H.Lawrence's 1926 novel The Plumed Serpent is set in which country?
2 points
64) Which two writers can be described as writing historical novels? [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is]
2 points
65) Which of Kazuo Ishiguro's novels are set mostly in Japan? [Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
66)The Advancement of Learning Bacon noted the need for more studies of:[Select the right combination (Any Two) according to the code is:]
2 points
67) Which among the following texts purports to be the autobiography of a mad German philosopher edited by an equally fictitious editor?
2 points
68) As Sidney argues in A Defence of Poesy which discipline is more useful and praiseworthy-history or poetry?
2 points
69) In Bunyan 's Pilgrim's progress Christian and his friend faithful cause a commotion at the Vanity Fair for many reasons. Which of the following statements is not true of their appearance at the fair?
2 points
70) What does the title Morte d'Arthur mean?
2 points
71) Assertion (A): Characters in novels are people whose secret lives are visible or might be visible. We are people whose secret lives are invisible. Reason (R):Even when novels are about wicked people, they can solace us; they suggest a more manageable human race, they give us the illusion of seeing clearly and of power. In the light of the statements above:
2 points
72) The "We" of the opening line indicates
Read this poem and answer the questions, 72 to 75:
2 points
Captionless Image
73) The dead animal was sighted
2 points
74) The reaction evoked in response to a glimpse of the dead fox is best described as
2 points
75) At the close of the poem, which of the following senses overpowers and renders the visitors speechless?
2 points
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
Please complete the captcha before submitting the form.
Submit
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms